The simplest method to get up and running with AKS is via the azure CLI.You can find instructions to install it here.
Once you have
az setup, you can login via the
az login command.After successfull authentication you are pretty much ready to create a managed kubernetes cluster(AKS) in Azure.AKS has not reached GA and is in preview now.Therefore you are limited to regions listed (here][https://github.com/Azure/AKS]
The first step is to create a resource group in any of the avialable regions.
az group create --name <name> --location <avialable location>
Now create the cluster using the following command
az aks create --name <cluster name> --resource-group <nameofRGcreatedabove> --generate-ssh-keys --node-count <number_of_nodes_in_cluster>
Azure will take some time spinning up the nodes and bootstrapping the cluster.
Once the cluster is ready.set the
kubectl context to the new cluster by using the following command.
az aks get-credentials -n <clustername> -g <resourcegroup>
Boom! Now you can communicate to the cluster using
kubectl, run a
kubectl get nodes to confirm.You will be greeted with an output similar to the one shown below.
NAME STATUS ROLES AGE VERSION aks-nodepool<x-xxxxxxxx-x> Ready agent 7d v1.9.2